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Gambia’s former president Yahya Jammeh has been accused of human rights violations during his 22-year rule. Victims and human rights activists hope that he will face justice, but many Gambians remain sceptical. Listen to this week’s show to find out why.
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A giant puppet inspired by the life of a 9-year-old Syrian refugee girl has reached the UK, where her journey ends. Puppet Amal has been traveling across Europe for weeks to raise awareness of the dire conditions facing refugee children.
From cake forks to tiny homes and BYO kitchens — join Meet the Germans host Rachel Stewart for a snoop around a typical German home.
Pakistani feminist activist and author Attiya Dawood calls out Imran Khan and the government over a culture of gender violence and victim blaming. She explains to DW why she is confident that this won't stop Pakistan's women fighting back.
Gender-based violence in South Africa is increasing at an alarming rate, which makes it one of the world's most unsafe places for women. We talk to survivors of domestic abuse and rape to find out how South African society needs to change.
In South Africa, a woman is murdered every three hours. This outraged teenagers in Port Elizabeth, who use social media to mobilize their peers to speak out.
This week, the show focuses on gender-based violence in South Africa, which has some of the highest rates of violence against women worldwide. In an extended version of our street debate, we will talk to survivors of domestic abuse and rape to find out how South African society needs to change.
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A year after gunmen in the Nigerian city of Lagos opened fire on demonstrators calling for an end to police brutality, many fear their future is more uncertain than ever. DW's Flourish Chukwurah reports on how the victims are still striving for justice.
Romania has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the EU. With more than 15,000 daily infections, President Klaus Iohannis has described the situation as "catastrophic." DW's Fanny Facsar visited an area where hospitals are understaffed — and overwhelmed.
As diplomats gather in Moscow to discuss the situation in Afghanistan with the Taliban, ordinary Afghans are dealing with a freeze on the country's assets that has brought the economy to a halt. DW’s Nick Connolly asked traders in Kabul what they hope for.
British-born Russia expert Fiona Hill talks to DW’s Brent Goff on “The Day” about the danger to US democracy posed by former president Donald Trump, who like Russia’s Vladimir Putin has sought to prevent a transfer of power. Hill says Germany’s recent election serves an example of orderly democratic change. She also notes how education is becoming a new dividing line with political implications.
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"They said they would shoot me in the leg so I couldn’t dance anymore." The brutal threat Syrian dancer Ahmad Joudeh received from the terrorist organization "Islamic State" forced him to flee his home in Damascus.
Surging oil prices mean hard feelings at the pump - India pushes privatization as it plugs funding gap
EU lawmakers and officials clashed with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at a debate in Strasbourg. European Parliament Vice President Katarina Barley spoke to DW’s Marina Strauss after the showdown.
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